definitelydope:

(by Robert Kaczynski)

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brennanat:

"You know how people buy drinks for girls in bars? Why can’t people do that in book stores? Like if I’m looking at a novel in Barnes and Noble and some person walks up to me and strikes up a conversation and offers to buy the book for me there is a lot better chance of that working out in their favor"

(via itsbabyboo)

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V.: lovely sad

thefifthjohn:

Ugly little feelings

Crawl inside my head

What’s the point in leaving

This California king-sized bed?

What-if’s

And the should-have’s

They start to eat my brain

The shadow of my youth has

Made the sun go black again

I look around and I don’t see the pretty things

the evil…

1,316 notes | Posted Oct 28, 13

Enter Shikari live in Jakarta!

Enter Shikari live in Jakarta!

21 notes | Posted Oct 15, 13 #Enter Shikari #entershikari #shikari #jakarta #jkt #concert #band #show #music #event #gig #poster #rock #livemusic #rockshow #indonesia #rollingstone #rollingstonecafe #kemang #ticket #gigs #events #shows #concerts #british #brits #uk #england #lions #unitedkingdom

definitelydope:

Grey Glacier (by Reuben Wu)

definitelydope:

Grey Glacier (by Reuben Wu)

90 notes | Posted Sep 26, 13

justinmaller:

"Facet Garden"
229/365. Wallpaper looks nice check it out on the main site.

justinmaller:

"Facet Garden"

229/365. Wallpaper looks nice check it out on the main site.

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conflictingheart:

Magical Miniature Worlds By Matthew Albanese

Matthew Albanese creates small-scale meticulously detailed models of outdoor scenes and landscapes using everyday, simple, mundane materials and transform them into an image through the lens of his camera making them look hyper-realistic.

275,568 notes | Posted Aug 3, 13

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sagansense:

The Strangest Spiders Ever

A mirror spider? These macro shots of spiders were photographed by Nicky Bay who lives and works in Singapore. The endless biodiversity found on the country’s 64 islands includes a vast array of insects and arachnids. Further images of these terrifying yet strangely beautiful creatures can be found on his Flickr account. Despite being terrifyingly creepy, the endless creativity of evolution to create such amazing creatures never ceases. The spiders featured above are:

1&2) Mirror Spiders
    3)  Long Horned Orb Weaver
    4)  Bird Dung Spider
    5)  Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider
    6)  Eight Spotted Crab Spider
    7)  Ladybird Mimic Spider

The Mirror Spider has an abdomen of reflective panels that glitter like a disco ball, or the various colors of Ladybird Mimic Spiders that are almost indistinguishable from the insects they are camouflaged to look like. There’s also the more frightening Bird Dung Spider that looks like no known living creature. The Net-Casting Ogre-Face Spider definitely deserves his name, but he looks like he’s knitting. How dangerous can a spider that knits be?

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via odditiesoflife

11,369 notes | Posted Aug 3, 13

visions.

thefifthjohn:

last night i saw you in a dream

i’m still unclear as to what it all means

two nights before much of the same

i found you dancing on the back of my brain

the hallucination was pleasant 

in my head things were fine

so far from a nightmare

so near to sublime

we kissed and we fought

i laughed and you screamed   

i’ve learned to loathe these goddamn visions

but i just can’t wait to fall back to sleep

2,288 notes | Posted Aug 3, 13

theatlantic:

Behold, the Innards of a Spacesuit

Ever wondered what the inside of a spacesuit looks like? Neither had I, really. Last week, however, the world had reason to consider the inner workings of the garment that my new favorite site on all the Internet refers to as the “space costume.” A suit malfunction occurred nearly two hours into a planned six-hour space walk, causing NASA first to abruptly abort the walk and second to begin examining what might have caused a space suit — a high-tech spaceship for one — to spring a leak.
Read more. [Image: Mark Avino and Roland H. Cunningham, Smithsonian Institution]

theatlantic:

Behold, the Innards of a Spacesuit

Ever wondered what the inside of a spacesuit looks like? Neither had I, really. Last week, however, the world had reason to consider the inner workings of the garment that my new favorite site on all the Internet refers to as the “space costume.” A suit malfunction occurred nearly two hours into a planned six-hour space walk, causing NASA first to abruptly abort the walk and second to begin examining what might have caused a space suit — a high-tech spaceship for one — to spring a leak.

Read more. [Image: Mark Avino and Roland H. Cunningham, Smithsonian Institution]

1,331 notes | Posted Aug 3, 13

(Source: -circa, via of-lionheart)

133,470 notes | Posted Jul 28, 13